Decoded Slug: Verb indicating movement direction 'vào'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Verb indicating movement direction 'vào'

Verb indicating movement direction 'vào'

Short explanation:

Used to indicate the direction of movement into a specific place.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Tôi đi vào nhà hàng và gọi một phần cơm gà.
I walked into the restaurant and ordered a portion of chicken rice.
Khi chúng tôi đi vào cửa hàng, chúng tôi được chào đón bởi một hương thơm tuyệt vời từ những chiếc bánh ngọt.
As we went into the shop, we were greeted by a wonderful aroma from the pastries.
Cô ấy đi vào phòng giáo viên để lấy một cuốn sách.
She went into the teacher's room to get a book.
Bạn có thể di chuyển 1 chiếc ghế từ phòng khách vào phòng của bạn.
A chair can be moved into your room from the living room.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'vào' is used to illustrate the movement direction towards or into a specific place. It is analogous to the English preposition 'into'. This verb is frequently used to depict the action of entering a place, or moving towards the interior of a location.
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